Elkhart, IN, November 20, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The CNG inspection specialists at Green Alternative Systems have seen a recent rise in CNG inspections. This is the result of more fleet owners and individuals that have made the switch from gasoline or diesel to LPI, CNG or a combination of both. Now customers are returning for their routine maintenance and inspections to ensure the longevity of their investment and to continue receiving the benefits of their conversion kit.
This is a significant change because only a few years ago extremely high prices were forcing companies to consider moving overseas to fuel their enterprise. As natural gas booms in popularity across the country more businesses are turning to it for its abundance, lower costs and convenience. Green Alternative Systems (GAS) performs CNG conversions on fleet-based vehicles. They employ and routinely train the most skilled technicians with certifications from leading industry recognized organizations and only provide CNG conversions with kits that have passed the Altoona Bus Test.
Compressed natural gas a fuel source is the environmentally friendly option for fleet vehicles. It also saves on fuel costs, provides safety and requires less maintenance and repair throughout the vehicles lifespan. There are currently a number of government programs in place to offset the investment of converting to an alternative fuel source. With more natural gas fueling stations emerging all across the country, this is becoming the more logical choice for vehicle-based businesses in the United States.
Green Alternative Systems was established in 2006 to fulfill the market’s demand for CNG conversions. The company has multiple locations across the country, making them the largest conversion force in the nation. Their high quality conversion kits come with an extensive warranty that is one of the longest in the industry.
For more information of Green Alternative Systems and to book a CNG inspection contact the company directly.
Green Alternative Systems, Inc.
13385 Yorba Ave. Chino
For more information on alternative fuel options, including CNG inspections visit, http://www.greenalternativesystems.com/